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Mastic Point students get an early Christmas present from BTC
By Indira Collie, Bahamas Telecommunications Company
Dec 4, 2018 - 10:37:59 AM

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Christmas comes early to Mastic Point, Andros. Left to Right: Indyanna Moss (Principal, Mastic Point Primary), Rochelle Dorsett (BTC Customer Service Representative, Kimberly Rolle (Past-Principal, Mastic Point Primary), Loney Storr (BTC Technician)

Nassau, The Bahamas. December 3, 2018. Students from Mastic Point Primary School in Andros received an early Christmas present from BTC last week. BTC made a Christmas donation to the school which will be used to increase the school’s complement of laptops as they seek to enhance the overall learning experience.

Mastic Point Primary School Principal Ms. Indyanna Moss thanked BTC and said, “We are so excited that BTC decided to partner with our school. We are in a technological environment and this investment will allow us to provide our students with the basic skills that they need to survive in the real world.”

BTC has been a proud partner with the Andros community for years, providing assistance to a number of charitable organizations including the South Andros Home for the Aged, the Kevin Russell Home for Children and the Cancer Society for Fresh Creek.

Senior Manager for Public Relations, Indira Collie said, “Many of our children’s most memorable moments are created in the classroom. We believe that this is more than just a donation to the school, but rather an investment in future of this country. We were happy to provide this early Christmas present to Mastic Point Primary and we are certain that the laptops will be put to good use.”

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